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watchdog finds new problems with fbi wiretap applications

The Justice Department inspector general has found additional failures in the FBI’s handling of a secretive surveillance program that came under scrutiny after the Russia investigation, identifying problems with dozens of applications for wiretaps in national security investigations. The audit results, announced by Inspector General Michael Horowitz, suggest that FBI errors while eavesdropping on suspected spies and terrorists extend far beyond those made during the investigation into ties between Russia and the 2016 Trump campaign. They come as the FBI has scrambled to repair public confidence in how it uses its surveillance powers and as lawmakers uneasy about potential abuses have allowed certain of its tools to at least temporarily expire. The new findings are on top of problems identified last year by the watchdog office, which concluded that the FBI had…

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china’s huawei warns more us pressure may spur retaliation

Huawei’s chairman warned that more U.S. moves to increase pressure on the Chinese tech giant might trigger retaliation by Beijing that could damage its worldwide industry. Huawei Technologies Ltd., which makes smartphones and network equipment, reported that its 2019 sales rose by double digits despite curbs imposed in May on its access to U.S. components and technology. But the chairman, Eric Xu, said 2020 will be its “most difficult year” as Huawei struggles with the sanctions and the coronavirus pandemic. Huawei is at the center of tensions with Washington over China’s technology ambitions and possible spying that helped to spark Trump’s tariff war with Beijing in 2018. Xu said he couldn’t confirm news reports President Donald Trump might try to extend controls to block access to foreign-made products that contain U.S. technology. Xu…

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tech boom, mlb programs helping women find jobs in baseball

Rachel Folden figured something out early on during her first spring training with the Chicago Cubs — long before the coronavirus pandemic wiped out team activities. None of the players care all that much that one of their coaches is a woman. As for the girls she encounters, they care very much that one of the coaches is a woman. “I’ve had quite a few people reach out that their daughters are like glued to the television watching baseball now or their daughters know that there’s some sort of way that they can get into baseball, they don’t have to pick softball,”Folden said.“I’ve heard that from quite a few people, actually.” Major League Baseball is pushing the same message. Recognizing the importance of representation when it comes to growing the game, the commissioner’s…

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job cuts pile up, ford to make ventilators at parts plant

The outbreak of the coronavirus has dealt a shock to the global economy with unprecedented speed. Following are developments related to the global economy, the work place and the spread of the virus. AIR CARE Britain’s health service is asking airline cabin crew who have been laid off to go to work in temporary new hospitals being built to treat COVID-19 patients. The National Health Service says easyJet and Virgin Atlantic are writing to thousands of staff - especially those with first aid training - asking them to work at hospitals being built inside convention centers in London, Birmingham and Manchester. Those who sign up will perform support roles under the supervision of doctors and nurses. European budget airline easyJet is grounding all of its 344 aircraft amid a collapse in demand.…

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front line: tech giants join fight against outbreak

As large parts of the world go into lockdown to help reduce the spread of the coronavirus, tech companies are rallying their troops to join the battle against COVID-19. From generous donations to breakthrough innovations, the biggest players in technology could be the key to unlocking a vaccine and helping to restore our world to a more normal state of affairs. CRISIS MODE Though news of the coronavirus outbreak in Wuhan, China has dominated headlines since January, it was only in March when governments began to wake up to the stark reality of what was ahead. Over the past several weeks, billions of people around the world have been forced into lockdown, as governments and healthcare facilities begin to grapple with one of the greatest challenges the world has ever faced. The…

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music

3.15.20 Childish Gambino Donald Glover’s fourth studio album under the stage name Childish Gambino is a decidedly mercurial one, playing with dark hues and disjointed sound effects. It’s a project that forces listeners to seek freedom in chaos, at a time when this value seems especially pertinent for the world. FIVE FACTS: 1. Donald McKinley Glover Jr. was born at Edwards Air Force Base, California, on September 25, 1983. 2. He was subsequently raised in Stone Mountain, Georgia, with his mother being a retired daycare provider, and his father a postal worker. 3. The new album was initially uploaded to the website donaldgloverpresents.com on March 15, 2020, only to be taken down 12 hours later . 4. It was eventually released to streaming services under its present title on March 22. 5. 3.15.20 has met with widespread…